Bob Moore’s teaching responsibilities fall into two main areas: cartography, surveying and geographical information science on the one hand, and soil science, applied climatology and hydrology on the other. He has organised and led fieldtrips to Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris, Budapest and Amsterdam for landscape architecture students. He has investigated the role and potential of computer technology in the education of landscape architecture students and is currently researching the life and practice of Bodfan Gruffydd, past president of the Landscape Institute. For a number of years Bob has been editor of Landscape Issues.
1977-date Earth Science Teachers’ Association, member
1983-date British Cartographical Society, member
Landscape appraisal and computer applications;
Cartography, surveying and geographical information science;
Soil science, applied climatology and hydrology;
Fieldwork: local and international.
Computer technology in the education of landscape architecture students;
Biography of Bodfan Gruffydd, past president of the Landscape Institute;
Editing Landscape Issues.